Michael Jordan, a dominant former NBA player known for his ability to intimidate opponents, still carries a “Fear Factor” even in his golfing ventures.
After being asked to leave a golf course for not wearing proper attire, the former NBA player decided to build his own exclusive golf club.
The golf club is called The Grove XXIII, which reportedly cost the legendary former NBA player $20 million dollars.
Igor Reyes, the planning and design partner initially found it intimidating to work with the legendary former NBA player but eventually grew more comfortable.
The legendary former NBA player wanted the course to suit his style of play, giving him an advantage, and it has earned the nickname “Slaughterhouse XXIII” due to its challenging nature.
The legendary former NBA player’s The Grove XXIII, which officially opened in 2019 and is a haven for the former NBA player and his friends, is in Hobe Sound, Florida.
The legendary former NBA player’s personal golf course was custom designed by Bobby Weed to suit Jordan’s preferences and playing style, according to CNN.
The course covers over 200 acres and was transformed from a bland landscape into an engaging course with six lakes. Its unique layout allows for different circuit options of holes.
The facility also boasts a top-notch practice area. he former NBA player was said to actively participates in the decision-making process for both the course and the clubhouse, earning praise from the designers, CNN added.